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"After losing my African Grey to heart failure (he was 55 years old) I was heartbroken. My friend introduced me to a soon-to-be weaned Bronze-Winged pionus baby and I knew I had found a new friend. She is now a year old. Our family is enjoying her quiet voice, sweet disposition and antics. Pionus seem to be very playful and she interacts well with our dog and cats (supervised of course) I take her to work with me once a week and she interacts happily with students. She has never bitten. Overall, I would reccommend a Pionus as a pet. As with any bird, make sure you can have time to interact with them, don't leave them stuck in a cage all day."
"Dawn"

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